Fairs 08-01-2018

January 8 | Stockholm’s Magasin III Museum to open a Tel Aviv outpost

In today’s art-world news, business as usual: more fairs, new exhibition spaces and yet more polemics.

Stockholm’s Magasin III Museum to open a Tel Aviv outpost

The institution has chosen Tel Aviv’s Jaffa neighborhood for its new Israel outpost, a 2,000-square-foot space set to open on January 20.

The new space will inaugurate with “zerubbabel”, a show dedicated to the Israeli-born, American artist Haim Steinbach. Karmit Galili, general manager for Magasin III Jaffa has said: “the satellite defines Magasin III’s longstanding involvement with the cultural scene in Israel. The area where Magasin III Jaffa is located has a rich and mixed history and we are very much looking forward to contributing to it and engaging with new audiences.”

Established in 1987, Magasin III has shown works by first-class artists including Tom Friedman, Katarina Grosse, Tony Oursler, Mika Rottenberg, Ai Weiwei, Andrea Zittel and Gunnel Wåhlstrand. More via the museum’s official website.


Photo: Mia Gourvitch




Moscow militants target Jock Sturges exhibition

Three members of a Russian militant group were arrested after throwing “foul-smelling liquid” at works by photographer Jock Sturges, on show at Lumiere Brothers Gallery as part the exhibition “Jock Sturges: Absence of Shame”. The show, which is not open to underage visitors, was accused of promoting “child pornography” by the militants. Read more via ArtDaily.





NADA returns to New York in March

The fair, taking place at the Skylight Clarkson Square for the second year in a row, will open on March 8 and welcome 100 galleries from 17 countries. Running parallel to The Armory Show, NADA’s New York edition will welcome newcomers including galleries Clima (Milan), La MaMa Galleria (New York) and Reyes Projects (Birmingham, Michigan.)




Below, the full list of exhibitors:

AA|LA Gallery, Los Angeles

Alden Projects™, New York

Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson

Rod Barton, London

Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York

Belenius, Stockholm

Michael Benevento, Los Angeles

Brennan & Griffin, New York

Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago

Carbon 12, Dubai

Clima, Milan

Company Gallery, New York

Counter Space, Zurich

Creative Growth, Oakland

Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, Los Angeles

Denny Gallery, New York

Galerie Derouillon, Paris

DiabloRosso, Panama


DUTTON, New York

Edel Assanti, London

Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran, Montreal

Field Editions, Liverpool



GEARY, New York

Asya Geisberg Gallery, New York

steven harvey fine art projects, New York

Horton Gallery, New York

Eric HUSSENOT, Paris

Susan Inglett Gallery, New York

Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York

La MaMa Galleria, New York

LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division), Los Angeles

the Landing, Los Angeles

Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne

L’INCONNUE, Montreal

LMAKgallery, New York

LOYAL, Stockholm

Lower East Side Printshop, New York

M+B, Los Angeles

Makasiini Contemporary, Turku

Maki Fine Arts, Tokyo

Microscope Gallery, Brooklyn


Mite, Buenos Aires

Moran Bondaroff, Los Angeles

Mrs., Queens


Neon Parc, Melbourne

Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham

PACT, Paris

Parallel Oaxaca, Oaxaca

Parker Gallery, Los Angeles

PATRON, Chicago

Berthold Pott, Cologne

Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City


Reyes Projects, Birmingham

Roman Road, London

Romer Young Gallery, San Francisco

Safe Gallery, Brooklyn

Sapar Contemporary, New York

SculptureCenter, Long Island City

September Gallery, Hudson

Shoot The Lobster, New York

Daine Singer, Melbourne


Stereo, Warsaw

Walden, Buenos Aires

Western Exhibitions, Chicago

Whitechapel Gallery, London

2018 Projects

56 Henry, New York

106 Green, Brooklyn

315 Gallery, Brooklyn

321 Gallery, Brooklyn

Helena Anrather, New York

Callicoon Fine Arts, New York

Cuevas Tilleard, New York

Deli Gallery, Long Island City

Disturb The Neighbors, New York

Ed. Varie, New York


Essex Flowers, New York

Et al., San Francisco

False Flag, New York

Fazakas Gallery, Vancouver

Golestani, Düsseldorf

Good Weather, North Little Rock

Hassla, New York

Hotel Art Pavilion, Brooklyn

JAG projects, Brooklyn

Kimberly Klark, Queens

Kristen Lorello, New York

Galería Mascota, Mexico City

Kai Matsumiya, New York

SHRINE, New York


Syndicate, Cologne

UV, Buenos Aires



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